## Mechanical Calculating Machines

Mechanical Calculating Machines

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Mechanical Calculating Machines

Site features image galleries and histories of a wide array of calculating machines compromising Baaijens’ personal collection. Includes links other, similar sites, as well as downloads of different types of computer desktop calculators.

Brightstorm provides homework help for match and science in the form of free and paid video tutorials. There are also free PSAT materials. The other test preparation materials are not free.

Original math education content created in collaboration with students, teachers, and researchers. Contains interactive projects, homework help, and discussion areas.

Math problems for learners of all ages. Has separate sections for elementary, middle school, high school, college ,and graduate levels. This site also links to Dr. Math and Math Tips & Tricks.

Electronic Statistics Textbook

This is a complete statistics textbook, available on the web and for downloading to your computer, developed by the makers of the statistics computer program “Statistica.”

The Math Forum: Teachers’ Place

Contains resources for “teaching math at all levels.” Built specifically for teachers by teachers.

A web directory for various scientific fields. Find links leading to educational pages, information about research projects, and news about science.

Directory of online calculators, browsable by a hierarchical subject/function directory. There are calculators for finance, business, science, calculus, arithmetic, geometry, etc.. Also, includes calculators for cooking, hobbies, and health. “Some solve problems, some satisfy curiosity, and some just for fun.”

Freebookcentre.net contains links to thousands of free online technical books. These include core computer science, networking, programming languages, Systems Programming books, Linux books and many more.

Pointy Haired Dilbert: Learn Excel and Charting Online

Tutorials, tips, and how-to advice on creating spreadsheets, charts, and other visuals in Microsoft Excel. Offers formulas and free templates for downloads, along with examples that are clearly explained and illustrated.

???Real Mistakes from Real Student Work and Math Facts Students Should Know.??? This site shows examples of mistakes along with corrections and brief explanations to help high school and college/university student improve math skills. This site also includes math facts, flash card feature and other math links.

ExploreLearning offers a catalog of modular, interactive simulations in math and science, called “gizmos,” which provided animated demonstrations of a wealth of physics and mathematics topics.

“Provides a summary of most of the units of measurement to be found in use around the world today (and a few of historical interest), together with the appropriate conversion factors needed to change them into a ‘standard’ unit of the S.I. (‘Systeme International’).” Search by category (length, mass, density, energy etc.), or alphabetically.

Mathematical Programming Glossary

A glossary of terms used in mathematical programming and related subjects such as mathematics, economics and computer science. Includes supplements to elaborate on important concepts and links to additional mathematical dictionaries and encyclopedias.

Math2.org (Formerly Dave’s Math Tables)

Contains numerous links to mathematical tables for various subjects: general math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, and advanced topics such as fourier series and transforms. It provides formulas, diagrams and proofs which are all very useful in mathematics.

NASA Glenn Learning Technologies Project

This website provides teachers and students with aerospace technology resources through lessons and activities, free simulations, student videoconferencing, a glossary of related terms, and educator workshops. A teacher’s guide to technology creation is also offered. Though the project is no longer funded, excellent resources persist.

Overview of the life and works of the mathematician.

A collection of documents and links about the philosopher and mathematician of that name in 5th-century Alexandria, including fact, fiction, and legend.

Extensive FAQ on fractal art and the mathematical theory behind fractals. Many of the FAQs include illustrations and references to websites, articles, and books on fractal images, mathematical physics, and programming.

Econometrics Laboratory Software Archive

Resource for computational algorithms used in economic applications. Includes software, data sets, abstracts, and publications. Seeks to define standards for the documentation and testing of new econometric methodologies.

Linear Programming Frequently Asked Questions

Linear programming problems, focusing on computer-based solutions.” NEW: “Answers frequently asked questions (FAQs) about solving linear programming (LP) problems, focusing on computer-based solutions. Provides background on linear programming, software recommendations, and references to related sources.